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Performer: Can
Genre: Rock
Album: Can
Released: 2013
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Experimental, Krautrock
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Monster Movie
A1 Father Cannot Yell
A2 Mary, Mary, So Contrary
A3 Outside My Door
B Yoo Doo Right
C1 Deadlock 3:25
C2 Tango Whiskyman 4:02
C3 Deadlock 1:40
C4 Don't Turn The Light On, Leave Me Alone 3:42
C5 Soul Desert 3:46
D1 Mother Sky 14:30
D2 She Brings The Rain 4:04
E1 Paperhouse
E2 Mushroom
E3 Oh Yeah
F Halleluhwah
G Aumgn
H1 Peking O
H2 Bring Me Coffee Or Tea
Ege Bamyasi
I1 Pinch
I2 Sing Swan Song
I3 One More Night
J1 Vitamin C
J2 Soup
J3 I'm So Green
J4 Spoon
Future Days
K1 Future Days
K2 Spray
K3 Moonshake
L Bel Air
Soon Over Babaluma
M1 Dizzy Dizzy
Bass – Holger CzukayOrgan [Org.], Electric Piano [E.Piano], Synthesizer [Alpha 77] – Irmin SchmidtPercussion [Perc.] – Jaki LiebezeitVocals [Voc.], Violin [Viol.], Guitar – Michael Karoli
M2 Come Sta, La Luna
Bass – H. Czukay*Percussion [Perc.] – J. Liebezeit*Violin [Elt. Viol.], Guitar, Backing Vocals [Backing Voc.] – M. Karoli*Vocals [Voc.], Piano, Organ [Org.], Synthesizer [Alpha 77], Percussion [Elect. Perc.] – I. Schmidt*
M3 Splash
Bass – H. Czukay*Organ [Org.], Piano, Synthesizer [Alpha 77] – I. Schmidt*Percussion [Perc.] – J. Liebezeit*Violin [Elt. Viol.], Guitar [Guitars] – M. Karoli*
N1 Chain Reaction
Bass – H. Czukay*Organ [Org.], Electric Guitar [E. Piano], Synthesizer [Alpha 77] – I. Schmidt*Percussion [Perc.] – J. Liebezeit*Vocals [Voc.], Guitar [Guitars] – M. Karoli*
N2 Quantum Physics
Bass – H. Czukay*Organ [Org.], Electric Piano [E. Piano], Synthesizer [Alpha 77] – I. Schmidt*Percussion [Perc.] – J. Liebezeit*Vocals [Voc.], Guitar [Guitars] – M. Karoli*
O1 Full Moon On The Highway 3:28
O2 Half Past One 4:34
O3 Hunters And Collectors 4:17
O4 Vernal Equinox 8:39
P1 Red Hot Indians 3:34
P2 Unfinished 13:20
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Q1 Gomorrha 5:41
Q2 Doko E 2:26
Q3 LH 702 (Nairobi-München) 2:11
Q4 I'm Too Leise 5:10
Q5 Musette 2:08
Q6 Blue Bag (Inside Paper) 1:16
R1 E.F.S. No. 27 1:47
R2 TV Spot 3:02
R3 E.F.S. No. 7 1:05
R4 The Empress And The Ukraine King 4:40
R5 E.F.S. No. 10 2:01
R6 Mother Upduff 4:28
R7 E.F.S. No. 36 1:55
S1 Cutaway 18:49
S2 Connection 2:80
T1 Fall Of Another Year 3:20
T2 E.F.S. No. 8 1:37
T3 Transcendental Express 4:37
T4 Ibis 5:00
Flow Motion
U1 I Want More 3:29
U2 Cascade Waltz 5:35
U3 Laugh Till You Cry - Live Till You Die (O.R.N.) 6:43
U4 ..And More 2:43
V1 Babylonian Pearl 3:29
V2 Smoke (E.F.S.-Nr. 59) 5:15
V3 Flow Motion 10:23
Saw Delight
W1 Don't Say No
W2 Sunshine Day And Night
W3 Call Me
X1 Animal Waves
X2 Fly By Night
Out Of Reach
Y1 Serpentine 4:03
Y2 Pauper's Daughter And I 5:59
Y3 November 7:44
Z1 Seven Days Awake 5:12
Z2 Give Me No "Roses" 5:25
Z3 Like Inobe God 8:07
Z4 One More Day 1:49
AA1 All Gates Open 8:16
AA2 Safe 8:36
AA3 Sunday Jam 4:17
AB1 Sodom 5:43
AB2 A Spectacle 5:52
AB3 E.F.S. Nr. 99 ("Can Can") 3:16
AB4 Ping-Pong 0:25
AB5 Can Be 3:00
Can "Delay" 1968
AC1 Butterfly 8:20
AC2 Pnoom 0:26
AC3 Nineteen Century Man 4:18
AC4 Thief 5:03
AD1 Man Named Joe 3:54
AD2 Uphill 6:41
AD3 Little Star Of Bethlehem 7:09
Rite Time
AE1 On The Beautiful Side Of A Romance
AE2 The Withoutlaw Man
AE3 Below This Level (Patient's Song)
AE4 Movin' Right Alo
AF1 Like A New Child
AF2 Hoolah Hoolah
AF3 Give The Drummer Some
AF4 The Distance Lies The Future
AG Bel Air (Live) 13:31
AH Sussex Gardens (Live) 9:18

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Spoon Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Spoon Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Spoon Music
  • Published By – Messer Music
  • Recorded At – Schloß Nörvenich
  • Recorded At – Inner Space Studio
  • Mixed At – Dierks Studios
  • Mixed At – Inner Space Studio
  • Remastered At – Sonopress
  • Lacquer Cut At – The Soundmasters
  • Recorded At – Can Studio


  • Art Direction – Pierre Tubbs (tracks: LP 9/10)
  • Bass – Holger Czukay (tracks: A1 to B, C1 to D2, E1 to H2, I1 to J4, K1 to L, M1 to N2, O1 to P2, Q1 to T4)
  • Bass, Vocals – Holger Czukay (tracks: O1 to P2)
  • Composed By [All Compositions], Arranged By [Arrangements], Producer – The Can* (tracks: C1 to D2)
  • Composed By, Written-By, Producer – Can (tracks: O1 to P2, Q1 to T4)
  • Design – Albert Leuthenmayr (tracks: LP 2), Christine (tracks: LP 8), Ingo Trauer (tracks: LP 5, LP 6), Intro , Richard J. Rudow (tracks: LP 5, LP 6), Trevor Key (tracks: LP 9/10)
  • Design [Box Set] – Paul A. Taylor*
  • Drums – Jaki Liebezeit (tracks: A1 to B, E1 to H2, I1 to J4, K1 to L, M1 to N2)
  • Drums, Percussion – Jaki Liebezeit (tracks: Q1 to T4)
  • Drums, Percussion, Wind [Winds] – Jaki Liebezeit (tracks: O1 to P2)
  • Engineer [Engineering], Edited By – Holger Czukay (tracks: A1 to B, C1 to D2, I1 to J4, K1 to L, M1 to N2)
  • Guitar – Michael Karoli (tracks: A1 to B, C1 to D2, E1 to H2, I1 to J4, K1 to L, M1 to N2, Q1 to T4)
  • Guitar [Guitars], Violin, Lead Vocals – Michael Karoli (tracks: O1 to P2)
  • Guitar, Violin [Viol.], Vocals [Voc.] – Michael Karoli (tracks: M2, N1)
  • Guitar, Violin, Vocals – Michael Karoli (tracks: O1 to P2)
  • Idiophone [Schizophone] – Irmin Schmidt (tracks: R4)
  • Illustration, Design, Artwork [Original Artwork] – Wandrey's Studio (tracks: LP 1)
  • Keyboards – Irmin Schmidt (tracks: E1 to H2)
  • Keyboards, Synthesizer [Alpha 77] – Irmin Schmidt (tracks: K1 to L, M1 to N2, O1 to P2, Q1 to T4)
  • Keyboards, Synthesizer [Alpha 77], Vocals – Irmin Schmidt (tracks: O1 to P2)
  • Lacquer Cut By [Vinyl Cut] – Kevin Metcalfe
  • Lacquer Cut By [Vinyl Cut], Supervised By [Mastering Supervisor] – Jono Podmore
  • Layout [Additional Layout And Scanning By] – Scott Hamill
  • Liner Notes – David Fricke (tracks: LP 7)
  • Liner Notes [Inner Sleeve, March 2005] – Rob Young (tracks: LP 9/10)
  • Liner Notes [Inner Sleeve] – Bobby Gillespie (tracks: LP 3/4), David Stubbs (tracks: LP 1, LP 2, LP 3/4, LP5), John Payne (tracks: LP 6), Simon Russell (tracks: LP 8)
  • Lyrics By – Can (tracks: O1, O2), Duncan Fallowell (tracks: M1), Czukay* (tracks: O3 to P2), Schmidt* (tracks: O3 to P2), Liebezeit* (tracks: O3 to P2), Karoli* (tracks: O3 to P2), Peter Gilmour (tracks: O1, O2)
  • Management [Spoon Records & Can] – Hildegard Schmidt, Sandra Podmore
  • Mixed By – Holger Czukay (tracks: O1 to P2), Toby Robinson* (tracks: O1 to O4)
  • Music By [All Music] – Czukay* (tracks: O1 to P2), Schmidt* (tracks: O1 to P2), Liebezeit* (tracks: O1 to P2), Karoli* (tracks: O1 to P2)
  • Music By [All Music], Lyrics By – Suzuki* (tracks: C1 to C4, D1, I1 to J4, K1 to L), Czukay* (tracks: A1 to B, C1 to D2, I1 to J4, K1 to L, M1 to N2), Schmidt* (tracks: A1 to B, C1 to D2, I1 to J4, K1 to L, M1 to N2), Liebezeit* (tracks: A1 to B, C1 to D2, I1 to J4, K1 to L, M1 to N2), Mooney* (tracks: A1 to B, C5, D2), Karoli* (tracks: A1 to B, C1 to D2, I1 to J4, K1 to L, M1 to N2)
  • Organ – Irmin Schmidt (tracks: A1 to B, C1 to D2, E1 to H2, I1 to J4)
  • Other [Model By] – Bob Searles (tracks: LP 9/10)
  • Percussion, Flute – Jaki Liebezeit (tracks: C1 to D2)
  • Percussion, Wind [Winds] – Jaki Liebezeit (tracks: O1 to P2)
  • Photography By – Derek Richards (tracks: LP 9/10)
  • Photography By [Back Cover Photo] – Michael Von Gimbut (tracks: LP 8)
  • Producer – Can (tracks: Q1 to T4)
  • Recorded By – Chris Sladdin (tracks: K1 to L), Holger Czukay (tracks: K1 to L, O1 to P2, Q1 to T4), René Tinner (tracks: Q1 to T4), Volker Liedtke (tracks: K1 to L)
  • Recorded By [Assistant] – Bob Hickmott (tracks: O1 to P2)
  • Remastered By – Andreas Torkler
  • Remastered By [Attended By] – Holger Czukay, Irmin Schmidt, Jono Podmore
  • Shenai – Michael Karoli (tracks: Q3)
  • Sleeve Notes – Karlheinz Freynik (tracks: LP 1)
  • Sleeve Notes [Box Set] – Alan Warner
  • Tenor Saxophone – Olaf Kübler (tracks: P1)
  • Translated By [Sleeve Notes To German] – Max Dax
  • Vocals – Damo Suzuki (tracks: C1 to C4, D1, E1 to H2, I1 to J4, K1 to L, Q2, Q4, Q6, R1, R2), Holger Czukay (tracks: O1), Irmin Schmidt (tracks: R2), Malcolm Mooney (tracks: A1 to B, C5, D2, R4, R6, S2, T1)
  • Vocals [Voc.] – Irmin Schmidt (tracks: M2, O1)
  • Wind [Winds] – Jaki Liebezeit (tracks: Q4, R3, R5, T1)
  • Written-By – The Can* (tracks: A1 to B)
  • Written-By, Producer – Can (tracks: E1 to H2, I1 to J4, K1 to L, M1 to N2)


Deluxe 17 piece 180gm vinyl linen-wrapped box set.
Includes all the studio albums remastered, new sleeve notes by Alan Warner.
20-page 12"-sized booklet with exclusive photos.
Includes 5 posters and an unreleased 22-minute live album.

Numbered limited edition of 1500. The number can be found in the accompanying booklet.

The individual records also include vouchers for the free download of digital versions.

℗ & © 2013 Spoon Records Limited
Printed in the EU

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 4015887000117
  • Barcode (Text): 4 015887 000117
  • Barcode (Scanned from cover sticker): 5051083076081
  • Label Code: LC07395
  • Other (LP 1 - Catalogue Number): XSPOON4
  • Other (LP 2 - Catalogue Number): XSPOON5
  • Other (LP 3/4 - Catalogue Number): XSPOON6/7
  • Other (LP 5 - Catalogue Number): XSPOON8
  • Other (LP 6 - Catalogue Number): XSPOON9
  • Other (LP 7 - Catalogue Number): XSPOON10
  • Other (LP 8 - Catalogue Number): XSPOON25
  • Other (LP 9/10 - Catalogue Number): XSPOON23/24

Imagine the fact that the price of the box set is as much as the price of an original pressing of their albums.

Just saw that Mute have released all the LPs individually for around $22 ea (e.g. at Juno in UK). So you could buy the 14 repressed LPs for c. $250/$300 total. Which means the live LP, the box and posters cost me c. $250!

Interesting that a seller from Austria has already broken up a box set and is selling the LPs individually here! (I guess keeping the box, the live LP, booklet and posters! Probably see more people doing the same …)

how is the sound quality on the remasters?

Mine just arrived from the UK. Obviously the music is peerless, but the repro/printing of the 'new' sleeves is uniformly terrible - they look like color xeroxes of the originals. (Much like the recent official represses of TG's LPs - also through Mute.) With current digital technology you would have thought it would be possible to get better/near-facsimiles of the original sleeves? The 'extras' - the posters and the booklet feel a bit half-hearted too, esp. for a $500+ box set. Haven't played the vinyl yet - so no thoughts about the remastering, but looking forward to listening to the live LP.

Mute had nothing to do with the TG represses which were all round far better quality than this.

The sound is good but not equal to the original vinyl pressings. I played my first press UK 'Monster Movie' back to back with the new box set repress and the original is far brighter and louder. I read online that they mostly used the later Spoon CD remasters to create the new vinyl masters, and I understand those Spoon CDs were never that great … if you have original vinyl pressings you will probably be disappointed by the new remastered vinyl. The real problem is that the box set is seriously overpriced. You would be better off trying to track down the white label Spoon vinyl represses of the 'classic' LPs (or if you are lucky original UK or German pressings) and then get hold of original vinyl copies of the later LPs (which are still quite common) - and I'm sure you could do all that for less than the price of this box set. The box set should have retailed at c. $300, at which price it would have been a good value account of the band's work - warts and all. But at $500+ plus shipping (more than $50 in my case, UK to USA) … it leaves a lot to be desired.

Very helpful info... I'd love to hear your thoughts on the sonics of this release, how it plays next to the original pressings and how the live LP sounds. Thanks for posting!

The box set is definitely a bit of a disappointment. I have original pressings of all the albums apart from 'Tago Mago' - where i have a later black label Spoon copy (I gave my UK original pressing to a friend at collage in the 80s!) and the double 'Unlimited Edition' (where I have an original of the single album edition). So my logic for buying the box set wasn't exactly clear ... apart from hoping it would be an amazing thing to behold. The 'extras' are really insubstantial i.e. the repro "posters" and the booklet, and the 17 minute (!) live "LP" is hardly justification for the additional cost. If the 15 LPs are eventually sold individually and retail for c. $20-$30 ea. then the live "LP", the four "posters", the box and the booklet cost me c. $150+!Also it doesn't seem clear - from what I've managed to read online - what the new vinyl was mastered from. You think it would have been easy for them to provide this information?Again - you can't fault the music, but the box set is really below par and seriously overpriced.

Yes, me too!I also have the feeling, that the reproduction of the sleeves and the overall layout is made too simple, or too simple looking, for a high priced item like the "holy" Can Vinyl Box.Wish, they would have taken more care about their inheritance.I guess, there will not be coming much more. So this is it...Also the "Live" 12" Album is shorter than described.It is not 22 minutes long, but only 17 minutes long, I must say, I am disappointed...What happened to CAN?